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Petty and spiteful sums up most of the comments above. After years of no hopers, you start to desert ship as soon as the going gets tough. You fretted about him agreeing to an AV vote and getting involved in Libya (not too much said since). Cameron is the best we have had for a very long time and we should all stop carping and find some loyalty! stephen s Name a viable alternative to David Cameron!
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Heroes or scared rabbits reacting to the loudest shouting local activists? Stephen S
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I very much agree with Nicholas Bennett. Bob Neil is an excellent MP. Bromley councillors generally have a grip on things and recognise the difficulties of dealing with reduced budgets. They shouldn't expect to be liked by anyone. It's crucial that they try and see the bigger picture! stephen s
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When are you going to initiate a major drive to stop the draining away of our membership?
Toggle Commented Feb 27, 2011 on Questions for you? at thetorydiary
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Nicely measured piece Paul. I initially thought Mr Cable should have beeb sacked, but on reflection, I think David Cameron has once again shown his potential to become a very great Prime Minister. stephen s
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An excellent piece from Paul.Certainly chimes with my thinking. David Cameron has matured quickly and looks masterful at times. He may well become a very great PM! stephen s
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I'm with Rebecca! Come on, let's get out there and do our very best in the next few days to help our leader achieve a wonderful victory! stephen s
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Please, let's all pull together. Cameron is fighting back. We can win! Put all other points of view aside for a couple of weeks and this is really achievable! Elaine is so right! Stephen S
Toggle Commented Apr 23, 2010 on Tory lead remains at 5% at thetorydiary
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Jonathan Isaby and bobchilts are absolutely right. Let's not get drawn into a political stunt. The Question Time audience made it plain what they thought of Farage's yobbish behaviour! We now all need to put our differences aside and go for Brown & co! stephen s
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Nigel is a good rabble rouser, but lets himself down by increasingly acting in a yobbish and adolescent way. He is no friend of ours! stephen s
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Yes, Iain Dale would be a good choice, but so would Tariq. He was an excellent candidate in the recent selection process at Beckenham. The other four look pretty good too! stephen s
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A dated idea. David Cameron established himself (like him or not!) sometime ago. A film on his team would probably be a good idea, but a minor reshuffle to bring back David Davis and Malcolm Rifkin should take place first! stephen s
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Stephen S in reply to Watt Tyler I lived in the Bromley area when NF stood against Bob Neil etc. I even attended a local UKIP meeting to get a close look at NF. He was supported by the odious Simon Heffer and generally came across as a good rabble rouser. I have since seen NF several times locally and often on the television. He always seemed arrogant and self-important (self-serving?). He often struggled when his populist points failed to rouse the mob! He should leave his comfort zone and join the Conservative. We would then see if he has it in him to to be a team player and perhaps work his way up to head a likewise thinking ginger group. I understand some of the dislike of John Bercow, but we should really concentrate all of our efforts on turfing out the ghastly Brown and co. Any vote for UKIP is self indulgent and gives our foe a chance to make mischief against us and to hold on to marginal seats. Thus denying us a working marjority. stephen s
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Steve H has it about right. Let's not forget how self-serving NF is! stephen s
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A well received result, but Tariq was really first class. A strong performance from Lynn Hack as well! stephen s
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Why didn't the local selection committee insist on a better outcome? Syed, James and Nicholas Bennett are better than at least two of the selected males. stephen s
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Syad Kamall, James Cleverley and Nicholas Bennett are better qualified than at least two of the males selected. But, it's wrong to blame GCHQ entirely. Why didn't the local selection committee insist on a better outcome? Stephen S
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Sally Rooberts and Wayne are talking sense. We really can be a narrow minded lot. Let's give David Cameron our full support as he has really pulled us up to within sight of real success next Sring. Stephen S
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Good speech, but let's always remember that we need to pull together and play a blinder over the next few months to get over the winning post. Stephen S
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He earned his promotion, but has surprisingly misfired ever since. Maybe he has been over promoted or he is trying too hard to out do Alan Johnson, who is clever and has a sense of humour! Stephen S
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I agree with earlier comments. Sayeeda Warsi deserves better from us. At least she takes the fight to our distractors. Unlike some of our so called 'stars' Stephen S
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It's got nothing to do with Alan's 'home' life. I was I was a big fan of his until recently. But, his performances as Shadow Leader of the House have been fun on one level, but these and his recent 'mouthings' have shown him to be lightweight and complacent! It will take a huge effort to come through next May. Alan should do the right thing and stand down and give one of or talented young members a chance. Stephen S
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This story adds to others of late. I think Labour will be pleased how things have gone for us of late. The polls may well reflect this in due course! Stephen S
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We really should find some dicispline. Let's all pull together to try and win the next election. Give David Cameron his due - so far so good!
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